Komarov Mobile Release “World Clock” V1.2 with Support for OS X Yosemite & Several Improvements

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World Clock from Komarov Mobile is a blazingly fast app that lets users convert one or multiple time zones with a simple flick, or add events to their calendar with a single tap. The new V1.2 update features support for OS X Yosemite, and provides users with: at-aglancetime data, an interactive widget for “Today’s View," an updated look/feel, a faster way to add cities and time zones, an arrow identifying current location, and more.

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World Clock available now for Mac

World Clock completely re-invents time management on a global scale. Once people start using World Clock, they’ll wonder how they ever managed before

Fans of Komarov Mobile’s critically acclaimed Mac app World Clock should race over to the App Store, so they can be among the first to download the newly released version 1.2, which features support for OS X Yosemite and several major improvements.

World Clock, which was recently selected by Apple as an “Editor’s Choice,” is a blazingly fast app that displays a crystal-clear flat map of the world, which users simply flick on to convert one or multiple time zones. Plus, once they’ve identify a suitable time for an appointment, meeting, or any other event, users can add it to their calendar with a single tap.

World Clock, which is very popular among business travelers, firms that have employees and customers around the world and for anyone with long distance relationships or relatives in another country or city, also features clocks that:

  • Change color to reflect the time of day (black = evening; white = morning; green = business hours)
  • Can be customized to display 12 or 24-hour time format, and to show/hide seconds, local time, and digits on the clock face

Users who download the new version 1.2, which has been essentially re-written from the ground up to take advantage of OS X Yosemite, will also enjoy:

  • An interactive widget for “Today’s View” in the app’s Notification Center provides the ability to quickly glance at the time in another city and even convert the time, but without being distracted from whatever they’re currently doing
  • An updated and refreshed look and feel
  • A more streamlined way to add cities and time zones
  • A arrow symbol that tells them where they are, which can come in handy when exhausted from jet lag

“While our team is based in Russia, our founders are in Australia and Latvia, and our customers are located all around the world,” commented Alexander Komarov of Komarov Mobile, whose app Accordéon was personally recommended by Steve Jobs in his keynote for the release of the original iPad. “For years, we faced time zonedifference pain. That’s when we finally said enough is enough, and created World Clock – and the positive response from businesses and individuals has been incredible. It doesn’t just replace old tools and websites, but it completely re-invents time management on a global scale. Once people start using World Clock, they’ll wonder how they ever managed before!”

World Clock version 1.2 featuring support for OS X Yosemite and several major improvements is available now for Mac from the App Store at https://itunes.apple.com/app/world-clock/id858446756.

Additional information, including screenshots and a video demo, can be found at: http://minimuminc.com/clock/

A press pack can be found at: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dpb7gsfm70zxns3/World_Clock_1.2_Press_Pack.zip

For all other information or media inquiries, contact Mark Johnson on behalf of Komarov Mobile at +1 408 757 0156 or press (at)appshout(dot)com.

About Komarov Mobile

Komarov Mobile specializes in mobile strategy, design and development. Its founder, Alexander Komarov, has an extensive background in web and mobile interaction design and UX. Komarov Mobile looks beyond devices, and envisions the people who will use them in order to create mobile products they’ll love – and buy.

Learn more at http://www.minimuminc.com/

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